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Energy and Natural Resources Act of 2017

Sponsored By

Lisa Murkowski

Deals With

Administrative law and regulatory procedures Advanced technology and technological innovations Advisory bodies Air quality Alaska Alaska Natives and Hawaiians Alternative and renewable resources Archaeology and anthropology Atmospheric science and weather Biological and life sciences California Chemistry Climate change and greenhouse gases Colorado Commemorative events and holidays Competitiveness, trade promotion, trade deficits Computer security and identity theft Computers and information technology Congressional oversight Connecticut Dams and canals Department of Energy Department of the Interior Disaster relief and insurance District of Columbia Earth sciences Economic development Electric power generation and transmission Emergency medical services and trauma care Emergency planning and evacuation Employment and training programs Energy assistance for the poor and aged Energy efficiency and conservation Energy prices Energy research Energy storage, supplies, demand Environmental assessment, monitoring, research Environmental technology Executive agency funding and structure Federal-Indian relations Firearms and explosives Fires First responders and emergency personnel Fishes Floods and storm protection Forests, forestry, trees Freedom of information Gambling General energy matters Genetics Geography and mapping Georgia Government buildings, facilities, and property Government information and archives Government lending and loan guarantees Government liability Government studies and investigations Gulf of Mexico Higher education Historic sites and heritage areas Historical and cultural resources Housing finance and home ownership Hunting and fishing Hybrid, electric, and advanced technology vehicles Illinois Indian lands and resources rights Indian social and development programs Industrial facilities Infrastructure development Intelligence activities, surveillance, classified information Kansas Lakes and rivers Land transfers Land use and conservation Licensing and registrations Life, casualty, property insurance Lighting and heating Lighting, heating, cooling Mammals Manufacturing Marine and coastal resources, fisheries Marine and inland water transportation Maryland Materials Medical research Metals Military history Mining Minnesota Minority education Mississippi Missouri Montana Monuments and memorials Motor carriers Motor fuels Motor vehicles Native Americans Natural disasters New Jersey New Mexico New York State North Carolina Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Nuclear power Oil and gas Oregon Outdoor recreation Parks, recreation areas, trails Pennsylvania Performance measurement Photography and imaging Pipelines Presidents and presidential powers, Vice Presidents Protest and dissent Public contracts and procurement Public utilities and utility rates Public-private cooperation Racial and ethnic relations Radiation Regional and metropolitan planning Research administration and funding Research and development Residential rehabilitation and home repair Roads and highways Rural conditions and development Seashores and lakeshores Small towns Social work, volunteer service, charitable organizations Solid waste and recycling State and local government operations Strategic materials and reserves Teaching, teachers, curricula Technology transfer and commercialization Telephone and wireless communication Television and film Tennessee Transportation costs U.S. history User charges and fees Vermont Virginia Washington State Water resources funding Water storage Water use and supply Watersheds West Virginia Wilderness and natural areas, wildlife refuges, wild rivers, habitats Wildlife conservation and habitat protection Wyoming

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  • Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Hearings held.
    Source: Senate
  • Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 162.
    Source: Senate
  • Introduced in the Senate. Read the first time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under Read the First Time.
    Source: Senate